We believe that every Christian has a part to play in the building and expansion of God's kingdom, primarily through witnessing about Jesus Christ and shining his love wherever we are. We welcome opportunities to engage with and serve our local community. Carol singing in local supermarkets and old people's homes has become a favourite ICM tradition. We also donate clothes to the A & E Department of the local hospital and participate in various initiatives run by the Ashford Churches Together Association.
Carol singing in Sainsbury..
...and at Brambles in Wye
Boxes of Hope
Our Boxes of Hope Project (partially funded by the Christian charity TLG) helps parents who are struggling to put food on the table for their children. Thanks to a grant from Ashford Borough Council we are now also able to supply and deliver groceries to those who are having to isolate due to COVID and have no other means of support. (Proof of eligibility is required). For further info or to ask for help, please call the office during opening hours or click here to e-mail.
We are also a Distribution Centre for the Family Foodbank and can supply boxes of longlife food (dry, tinned, packaged) to anyone who can't afford the basic necessities.
ICM Ashford Pentecostal Church has partnered with Christians Against Poverty to offer CAP Money courses in our community. The service we offer is completely free. CAP Money is a simple, yet highly effective money management course that teaches people budgeting skills and a cash-based system that really works. This course will help anyone to get more in control of their finances, so they can save, give and prevent debt.
You can visit www.capmoney.org.uk to find out more about the course or to see details of forthcoming dates and
venues. Alternatively call 01233 340194
or email email@example.com.